It’s an extraordinary time to be a woman – and by that I mean heartbreaking, exhilarating, exhausting and energizing. Many whose experiences of abuse and
A page that helps us appreciate the absurd. Or: Hay que reírse para no llorar.
Why is the bookstore or the library more magical than being surrounded by our own bookshelves? I think it’s the sense of possibility. If books have altered the course of the life or the way you see the world in the past, then standing in a bookstore makes your nerves tingle.
After several days spent frenetically following the unfolding events in New York and Washington, DC, I feel the need to reset my brain just a bit with something simple, basic and oh-so-beloved in Costa Rica.
Poetry is the damndest thing. Last night at dinner I said to my husband, “What do we do? How are we supposed to go on
If we so choose, all of us have the power to better the planet that our children are preparing to inherit. Donald and Pip are the living proof of this. Check out our first Monday Changemakers, from northern Costa Rica.